Anglers cast a line in competition
GAYNDAH has taken out the interclub shield at the annual Interclub Fishing Competition at Mingo Crossing.
Biggenden was a close second at the September 29-30 event. A huge effort was put in by all clubs.
A fine and sunny weekend greeted competitors from Gayndah, Howard, Wuruma Dam and Monduran as well as hosts, Biggenden.
The clubs were fishing for six different species of fish of which fivewere caught, and competing for the interclub shield aswell as individual prizes.
A large number of bass and golden perch was caught, and the usual catfish.
Individual winners included May Roth (Howard Club) 47cm jew and 23cm spangled perch; Jack Enchelmaier (Biggenden) junior winner with his 40cm bass and 45cm catfish; Harrison Brunjes (Biggenden) junior winner with his 40cm golden perch; Aaron Kelly (Biggenden) junior winner with his 22cm spangled perch; Graham Hartwig (Wuruma Dam) 43cm golden perch; Jan Bourke (Gayndah) 49cm bass and Dennis Drayton (Gayndah) 61cm catfish.
Saturday night was enjoyed by all with a barbecue, socialising and stories of the big ones that got away.
CHAMPION CLUB: Members of the Gayndah Club with the interclub shield they won at the fishing competition at Mingo Crossing.